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Offline Ringside

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Hello again all,

Since my last visit I've been playing with Vegas Pro, my 2 recordings I have burned to DVD using that software.

I would however like to burn a DVD and have 2 audio streams. Is this possible? I'd like to keep the cameras audio then have a second external option. How do I go about doing this?

I've been recording in WAV and AVCHD (FX).

Thanks!

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the easiest way to learn this would be to google for a tutorial, there are a ton of Vegas and DVDA tutorials on youtube

Your better option would be to make an mkv file and that would allow 2 audio streams and preserve the HD quality
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Are you saying you want the finished DVD to have two independent audio tracks?   I don't think the Sony DVDA Studio will allow you to do that...  But I think you can with the Pro version.  Otherwise, this might get you there.

http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/115275-DVD-with-Multiple-Audio-Streams-Basic-Guide
« Last Edit: April 14, 2013, 10:33:22 AM by techgui »

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Since you are using Vegas Pro, I'm assuming you also have DVDA Pro?
If so, it's as simple as dragging and dropping the desired compliant audio files.

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dmb2much .....thanks so much! Never did I expect it to be quite so easy haha.

I usually burn to disc right from Vegas but i'm going to export files to MPEG 2 / WAV and burn from DVDA now and try it that way. Quality will surely be the same.

Thanks a lot!

 

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